British values — an empire based on distance and difference

Malory Nye argues that the idea of Britishness, or British values, evolved at a time when Britain was engaged in the wider world whilst remaining ideologically separate from it. Today, the peoples that were once part of the Empire but not part of Britain, are imbedded with in, and the conceptions of Britishness have changed as a result.

DEMONETISATION as Ideology: Social Justice, Governance and India

Monishankar Prasad argues that the current policy of ‘Demonetisation’ in India reflects a policy process in which the technocrats were able to bypass participatory democracy. This article unearths the various layers of this radical event to make some sense of the wider ramifications of the politics of the digital in Asia.


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Good Bye and Thank You!

Alochonaa’s journey ends here and now!

The blog is not in operation anymore. We thank  all the editors, contributors, newspapers and media  who republished our content and helped us grow. We are proud of our achievement. What started as an experiment by few PhD students at Griffith University, Australia, turned out to be a source of reference for many academic articles and books.

Even though we are finishing our journey, we will still maintain the site for educational purpose.

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